# Quiz – 201

### Quant Quiz

Directions (Q. 1–5): What value should come in the place of question mark (?) in the following questions?
Q1. (-6 + 9 * ? + 16 + 9)/(14 * 14 – 156) = 7
1) 36                 2) 29                 3) 28                4) 27                5) 31

Q2. sqroot(?)/sqroot(441) = sqroot(529)/11.5
1) 1336                 2) 1824                 3) 1221                 4) 1764                 5) 1290

Q3. 1.33 × 6 – 2.85 ÷ ? = 6.48
1) 2.6                 2) 3.9                 3) 1.9                 4) 5.1                 5) 1.7

Q4. (11*11)/(7*7) – (36*?)/(7*7) + (18*18)/(7*7) = 1
1) 11               2) 13               3) 9               4) 19              5) 17

Q5. cuberoot(658503) + cuberoot(2197) = ?
1) 72               2) 100               3) 109               4) 94               5) 106

Q6. [cuberoot(11)]^1/2 / (1331)^(-1/2) * [cuberoot(11)]^2 = [cuberoot(11)]^?
1) 4               2) 5               3) 8               4) 7               5) 6

Q7. 9 6/17 * 3 4/27 * 9/5 + 8 4/5 * 9 6/11 = ?
1) 127               2) 132               3) 144               4) 147               5) 137

Q8. 9/11 of 517 / 12 = ? / 212
1) 7473               2) 7743               3) 7437              4) 7483               5) 7347

Q9. 24089.58 – 14199.08 – 2329.50 = ?
1) 7561               2) 7651               3) 7516               4) 7568               5) 7615

Q10. sqroot(16641) × sqroot(1024) ÷ sqroot(4096) = ?
1) 62.5               2) 60.5               3) 64.5               4) 76.5               5) 79.5

1. 2

– 6 + 9× ? + 25 = 7 (196 – 156)

19 + 9 × ? = 7 × 40

9 × ? = 261

? = 29

1. 4

sqroot(?) = 23/11.5 * 21 = 42

? = 1764

1. 3

2.85 ÷ ? = 7.98 – 6.48

? = 1.9

1. 1

121/49 + 324/49 – 1 = (36 * ?)/49

396 = 36 × ?

? = 11

1. 2

? = 87 + 13 = 100

1. 4
[cuberoot(11)]^? = (11)^1/6 / (11)^(-3/2) * 11^(2/3)

(11)^?/3 = (11)^(1/6 + 3/2 + 2/3)

?/3 = (1 + 9 + 4)/6

? = 7

1. 5

? = 159/17 * 85/27 * 9/5 + 44/5 * 105/11

= 137

1. 1

? / 212 = 9/11 * 517/12

? = 9/11 * 517/12 * 212

? = 7473

1. 1

? = 7561

1. 3

? = 129 * 32 / 64

= 129/2 = 64.5

### Reasoning Quiz

Directions: Read the following information carefully and answer the given questions :
Eight people A, B, C, D, E, F, G and H are sitting around a circular table facing the centre of the table but not necessarily in the same order. Each of them has a different profession, viz Teacher, Singer, Doctor, Accountant, Lawyer, Banker, Businessman and Actor. A sits third to the right of the Actor. Only two people sit between the Actor and H. Doctor and Businessman are immediate neighbours. Neither A nor H is either Businessman or a Doctor. The Businessman is not an immediate neighbour of the Actor. The teacher sits second to the left of E. E is not an immediate neighbour of H. The Teacher is an immediate neighbour of both the Accountant and Lawyer. The Lawyer sits third to the right of B. B is not Businessman. C sits on the immediate right of the singer. A is not a Singer. F is not an immediate neighbour of A. G is not an immediate neighbour of the Teacher.

Q1.Who among the following sits third to the left of E ?
1) Teacher                2) Lawyer                3) Singer                4) Banker               5) None of these

Q2.Who among the following is a Banker ?
1) A                2) C                3) H                4) G                5) D

Q3.What is the profession of B ?
1) Teacher                2) Banker                3) Doctor                4) Businessman               5) None of these

Q4.Who among the following is an Accountant ?
1) C                 2) F                 3) G                4) H                5) A

Q5. Which of the following pair is true ?
1) F – Lawyer                 2) A – Businessman                 3) B – Doctor                 4) E – Actor                 5) None of these

Directions: Each of the questions below consists of a question and two statements numbered I and II given below it. You have to decide whether the data in the statements are sufficient to answer the questions. Read both the statements and give answer :
1) If the data in statement I alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement II alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
2) If the data in statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question, while the data in statement I alone are not sufficient to answer the question.
3) If the data either in statement I alone or statement II alone are sufficient to answer the question.
4) If the data in statement I and II together are not sufficient to answer the question.
5) If the data in both statement I and II together are necessary to answer the question.

Q6. Among P, Q, R, S and T each is of a different weight, who is the lightest ?
I) R is lighter than only Q and T.              II) P is lighter than R and heavier than S .

Q7. How is Rekha related to Nidhi ?
I) Rekha’s father is brother of Nidhi’s mother.               II) Nidhi’s is daughter of Sachin and she is grandfather’s only grand–daughter.

Q8. Who among M, N, O, P, and R got the least marks ?
I) P got more marks than N and O and R got more marks than M and P.
II) M got less marks than R and O but more than N and P. O didn’t get the highest marks and N did not get the least marks.

Q9. A is in which direction with respect to B ?
I) D is to the east of T, which is to the south of B. A is to the north of D.           II) C is to the north of A and to the east of B.

Q10. A, B, C, D and E are sitting around a circular table facing the centre of the table, who is sitting immediate left of D ?
I) Only B is sitting between C and E. D is sitting between C and A.               II) Neither E nor C can sit on the left of D.

1. 2
2. 1
3. 3
4. 2
5. 3;

1. 5; From – I : R is lighter than only Q and T. Thus I alone is not sufficient to answer.

From – II : P is lighter than R and heavier than S. But nothing is given about Q and T. So II alone is not sufficient.

From I and II : Q and T – R – P – S

So, S is the lightest. Thus, I and II both are necessary to answer.

1. 1

1. 2; From – I : P – N & O and R – M & P. So, I alone is not sufficient.

Form – II : R & O – M – N & P , also O didn’t got highest marks and N didn’t got the least marks. Then, R – O – M – N – P

So, P got the least marks, thus, II alone is sufficient to

1. 2

10.2

### English Quiz

Directions (1-5): Which of the phrases (a), (b), (c) or (d) given below each sentence to make it grammatically correct? If the sentence is correct as it is given and ‘No correction is required’, mark (e) as the answer.

Q1. A freezing morning accompanied by a dense cover of fog set the toning for the coming weekend.
(a) keeping tone                (b) started the toning                (c) kept the tone                (d) set the tone                (e) No correction required

Q2. The jail is in the news again with the finding of a pistol and some bullets.
(a) to finding                (b) with find                (c) finding                (d) one found                (e) No correction required

Q3. The space-crunched city throws up several stories of struggle that schools have had put up with to win playground for their students.
(a) have had to put up to                 (b) had put up on                (c) have had to put up with                (d) had to put up to
(e) No correction required

Q4. Emotions rang high as both families were taken to the police station last night.
(a) Emotions went higher                (b) Emotion become high                (c) Emotionally high                (d) Emotions ran high
(e) No correction required

Q5. Work at all the court complexes was paralysed as lawyers went on a day-long strike as a mark of protest.
(a) for a one day strike                 (b) for a strike                (c) on a day’s long strike                (d) on a day-long striking
(e) No correction required

Directions (6-10): Rearrange the following five sentences A, B, C, D and E in the proper sequence to form a meaningful paragraph; then answers the questions given below them.
1. The policy makers in most of the developing economies recognize this importance and have been implementing a host of programmes and measures to achieve rural development objectives.
2. While some of these countries have achieved impressive results from those programmes and measures, others have failed to make a significant dent in the problem of persistent rural under development.
3. The socio–economic disparities between rural and urban areas are widening and creating tremendous pressure on the social and economic fabric of many such developing economies.
4. These factors, among many other, tend to highlight the importance of rural development.
5. Although millions of rural people have escaped poverty as a result of rural development in many Asian countries, a large majority of rural people continue to suffer from persistent poverty.

Q6. Which of the following should be the THIRD sentence after rearrangement?
(a) A                 (b) B                (c) C                (d) D                (e) E

Q7. Which of the following should be the LAST (FIFTH) sentence after rearrangement?
(a) A                 (b) B                (c) C                (d) D                (e) E

Q8. Which of the following should be the FOURTH sentence after rearrangement?
(a) C                (b) B                (c) A                (d) D                (e) E

Q9. Which of the following should be the FIRST sentence after rearrangement?
(a) A                 (b) B                (c) C                (d) D                (e) E

Q10. Which of the following should be the SECOND sentence after rearrangement?
(a) D                (b) E                (c) C                (d) B                (e) A

Directions (11-15): Each question below has two blanks, each blank indicating that something has been omitted. Choose the set of words for each blank which best fits the meaning of the sentence as a whole.

Q11. Forest department officials said that when the elephants were made to…………..from their trucks they went straight to the spot where they had been …………..during the camp.
(a) jump, killed                (b) alight, tied                (c) enter, hurt                (d) step, played                (e) exit, enjoyed

Q12. Excise official seized pouches of whisky…………..a bus travelling…………..Maharashtra.
(a) from, to                 (b) in, for                (c) for, towards                (d) inside, on                (e) through, till

Q13. Organisations…………..for the victims…………..the inhuman and unjust attitude of the government.
(a) fighting, applauded                 (b) lobbying, supported                (c) working, condemned                (d) stand, opposed
(e) trying, spoke

Q14. A collision between two buses…………..six people dead, …………..the driver of one of the buses.
(a) made, also                (b) left, including                (c) caused, combined                (d) resulted, except                (e) got, surpassing

Q15. The court…………..revenue authorities and PCB officials to …………..teams and visit pharma units.
(a) directed, form                (b) announced, arrange                (c) commanded display                (d) ruled, make             (e) told, carve

### Computer Quiz

Q1.The __________ is a special database that holds information about the computer’s user, installed programs and hardware devices.
1. Windows Registry               2. initialization file                    3. compiled help module                  4. dynamic link library

Q2.DPI stands for?
1. Desktop projection Ink              2. Dots per Inch                 3. Dot matrix printer ink                 4. Desktop pixel Inch
5. Digital projection ink

Q3.When the computer has to play a sound, it generates a(n) __________.
1. request               2. command                   3. sequence                4. interrupt               5. None of the above

Q4.A string of eight 0s and 1s is called a?
1. megabyte              2. byte                 3. kilobyte               4. gigabyte               5. bit

Q5.Stored program concept was introduced by_______?
1. Pascal              2. Hoolerith            3. Stallman               4. Neumann               5. Mauchly

Q6.Data security threats include_________?
1. Hardware failure              2. Privacy invasion                3. Fraudulent manipulation of data               4. All of the above
5. None of the above

Q7.Which type of virus is generally scripted into common application programs like Excel and Word to infect the other documents and spreads to the other parts when the application is running.?
1. Macro Viruses                2. File infector virus                   3. Resident Viruses               4. Boot virus               5. Worms

Q8. What is the second generation of the Web called?
1. New web                2. Emerging space                  3. Second life               4. Web 2.0               5. None of the above